It’s getting warm and hot now as summer’s coming. For women with thinning hair and who wear hair toppers, you might want to opt for something that has different colors from the ones you’ve been wearing. When it comes to color, there could be numerous types of women’s hair toppers. And choosing a hair topper color for summer depends on your personal style, complexion, and desired look. But for summer, I’ll definitely recommend you try these.
Opt for shades like honey blonde or beachy highlights for a sun-kissed and effortless vibe.
UniWigs blonde color recommendations:
- #626R Vanilla Butter Blonde(Light blonde lowlighted & rooted with dirty blonde)
A beautiful combination of dimensional light blonde with a dusty ashy root, it’s capable of matching many blonde hair colors. If you have blonde hair and don’t know which color to choose, UniWigs 626R Vanilla Butter Blonde will always surprise you.
- #24-613R Summer Sandy With Ashy Roots(50% Light Blonde blended with 50% Platinum Blonde and ashy roots)
Almost the lightest color with UniWigs, this color is lighter than #626R Vanilla Butter Blonde and doesn’t have dimensional blonde color. It only has two types of light blonde color and you may even notice they are different blondes. Also, its hair root is much warmer and super lighter than that of #626R Vanilla Butter Blonde. Overall, it looks super clean in a quite warm tone.
- #01R Almond Frost(Golden Blonde highlighted with Ash Blonde with Dark Roots)
A beautiful combination of dimensional light warm blonde with a dark root, unlike the #626R Vanilla Butter Blonde, #01R Almond Frost is much warmer and the hair root will be much more like a black. So for those who dyed blonde hair and just grown their original black hair root, #01R Almond Frost might be the perfect choice when purchasing a hair topper. They will blend easily and seamlessly.
- #201R Permafrost(Cool Toned Blonde and Natural Gold Blonde Blend shaded with Pale Brown)
Darker even than #01R Almond Frost, #201R Permafrost has a bit strand of pale brown hair, which makes it the darkest one in our blonde colors at the moment. If your hair is a combination of light brown, warm blonde, and cool blonde, or has a dark brown/black hair root, I’ll highly recommend this one for you. This one is kind of balayage type of color and has always been so popular since it’s listed.
These warm and versatile tones can add depth and dimension to your hair, creating a natural summer glow.
UniWigs light brown/caramel color recommendations:
- #6-8R – Pecan With Roots (Chestnut Brown blended with Lightest Brown and dark roots)
The Pecan shade itself is a medium brown color that exudes warmth and versatility. It is neither too light nor too dark, making it suitable for a variety of skin tones. The warm undertones add a touch of radiance to the overall look, giving it a natural and sun-kissed vibe.
- #16R – Chocolate Caramel (Mahogany brown highlight with golden blond & copper brown with dark roots)
This color combines the richness of chocolate brown with the lusciousness of caramel highlights, resulting in a stunning and dynamic look. The caramel highlights in this color add a touch of vibrancy and brightness. These warm, golden-toned highlights are strategically placed throughout the hair, adding contrast and creating a stunning visual effect.
Brunette hair toppers give a deep and sophisticated look. This shade adds richness and can create a dramatic effect.
UniWigs brunette color recommendations:
- #211- Espresso brown (Dark Coffee Brown lowlighted with darkest brown, lighter than natural black, darker than dark coffee brown.)
Espresso Brown is a rich and deep brown shade that exudes elegance and sophistication. This color is suitable for individuals who desire a dark and luxurious hair color. The Espresso Brown shade offers a timeless look and works well with various skin tones and hair textures. Whether you’re looking for a natural and seamless blend with your existing hair or want to make a bold statement, this color can provide a stunning appearance.
- #210 – Truffle Brown (Medium brown lowlighted with dark coffee brown, lighter than dark coffee brown, darker than medium brown)
It’s quite similar to #211- Espresso brown, a rich and deep brown shade that exudes elegance and sophistication. Just lighter than espresso brown. Choose one that matches your hair color best!
- #223R – Mousse Brown with darker roots (Truffle Brown highlighted with light blonde)
It offers a stylish and natural-looking option for those who want a rooted hair color effect. Mousse Brown is a medium to dark brown shade with warm undertones, while the darker roots add depth and dimension to the overall look. The rooted effect mimics the regrowth of natural hair, creating a more realistic and blended appearance. This color is versatile and can suit a range of skin tones and hair textures.